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Re: Why weren't crew facilities added at Norwood?
Posted by Broadway Lion on Wed Jan 16 11:15:50 2019, in response to Re: Why weren't crew facilities added at Norwood?, posted by AlM on Tue Jan 15 19:58:22 2019.Eh... hehehe...
Out here the Richardton School district covers 1/3rd of Stark county and a good incursion into Dunn county.
Indeed, students around here can decide which school to go to.
And the FOOTBALL TEAM....
To scratch together a nine-man football team we are the "Richardton-Taylor-Hebron Raiders."
Hebrons basket ball teem however joined with New Salem, do go figgure.
Fire and EMS districts are laid out with a compass, what ever one you are closest to, that is the one you get. (AND pay for in your mil-levy.)
Richardton-TAylor Ambulance used to cover 700 square miles (about twice the size of NYC) wit one rig and a volunteer squad. Some of that area within Stark County was given to the Hebron ambulance since they were closer, and because there were no really good roads between us and that territory. It was simply easier to reach from Hebron.
And, oh yeah... There are only three paved roads in the R-T ambulance district, not county city streets and the interstate.
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